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Comparing two distance measures in the spatial mapping of food deserts: The case of Petržalka, Slovakia

): The case of Montréal's missing food deserts: Evaluation of accessibility to food supermarkets. International Journal of Health Geographics, 6(1): 4. BARNES, T. L., FREEDMAN, D. A., BELL, B. A., COLABIANCHI, N., LIESE, A. D. (2016): Geographic measures of retail food outlets and perceived availability of healthy foods in neighbourhoods. Public Health Nutrition, 19(8): 1368–1374. BILKOVÁ, K., KRIŽAN, F., BARLÍK, P. (2016): Consumers preferences of shopping centers in Bratislava (Slovakia). Human Geographies – Journal of Studies and Research in Human

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Travelling to services in the daily urban system of Olomouc

-185. Kladivo, P., Roubínek, P. and Halás, M., 2010: Modelové příklady regionalizací a jejich aplikační přínos na území Olomouckého kraje (Model examples of regionalisation and their application contribution in the Olomouc region - in Czech). In: Regionální studia , 4 (2), pp. 19-28. Knox, P.L. and Pinch, S., 2000: Urban social geography: an introduction, Harlow: Pearson. Križan, F. and Danielová, K., 2008: Potravinové púšte definované na základe merania dostupnosti - prípadová štúdia mesta Bratislava (Food deserts identified by the means

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Food and non-food retail change in a post-communist country:A case study of the Gemer region in Slovakia

Slovak). Geographia Cassoviensis , 7(1), 31–44. Bilková, K. and Križan, F. (2015). Mapping of Grocery Stores in Slovak Countryside in Context of Food Deserts. Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis , 63(5), 1633–1638. DOI: https://doi.org/10.11118/actaun201563051633 . Bilková, K., Križan, F., Barlík, P., Horňák, M., Zeman, M. and Zubriczký, G. (2010). Za nákupom ďaleko: rurálne potravinové púšte na Gemeri. (A Long Way To the Shop: Rural Food Deserts in the Gemer Region – in Slovak). Geografický časopis , 69(1), 3

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Factors Influencing Walking Distance to the Preferred Public Transport Stop in selected urban centres of Czechia

with walking access to transit. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 24(3): 347–364. Bilková K, Križan F, Horňák M, Barlík P, Kita P (2017) Comparing two distance measures in the spatial mapping of food deserts: The case of Petržalka, Slovakia. Moravian Geographical Reports 25(2): 95–103. Burian J, Brus J, Voženílek V (2013) Development of Olomouc City in 1930–2009: based on analysis of functional areas. Journal of Maps 9(1): 64–67. Burian J, Brychtová A, Vávra A (2015) Analytical material for planning in Olomouc, Czech Republic

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The spatial distribution of gambling and its economic benefits to municipalities in the Czech Republic

): Casinos and the City. A White Paper on the History of Casino Development in Cities, Past and Current Trends, and Recommendations for Future Development. Las Vegas, NV: Global Market Advisors. KRIŽAN, F., BILKOVÁ, K., KITA, P., HORŇÁK, M. (2015): Potential food deserts and food oases in a post-communist city: Access, quality, variability and price of food in Bratislava-Petržalka. Applied Geography, 62: 8–18. MAJEROVÁ, V. (2007): Social Factors Influencing the Differences between Developed and Less Developed Regions. Agricultural Economics, 53(11): 513

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Changing European retail landscapes: New trends and challenges

- Journal of Studies and Research in Human Geography, 10(1): 23-37. Bilková, K., Križan, F., Barlík, P. (2016). Consumers´ preferences of shopping centers in Bratislava (Slovakia). Human Geographies - Journal of Studies and Research in Human Geography, 10(1): 7-21. Bilková, K., Križan, F., Barlík, P., Horňák, M., Barlík, P., Kita, P. (2017): Comparing two distance measures in the spatial mapping of food deserts: The case of Petržalka, Slovakia. Moravian Geographical Reports, 25(2): 95-103. Birkin, M., Clarke, G., Clarke, M

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Using hexagonal grids and network analysis for spatial accessibility assessment in urban environments – a case study of public amenities in Toruń

evolution of “food deserts” in a Canadian city: Supermarket accessibility in London, Ontario, 1961–2005’, International Journal of Health Geographics vol. 7, no. 1. Larsen K Gilliland J 2008 ‘Mapping the evolution of “food deserts” in a Canadian city: Supermarket accessibility in London, Ontario, 1961–2005’ International Journal of Health Geographics 7 1 Levine, AS & Feinholz, CL 2015, ‘Participatory GIS to inform coral reef ecosystem management: Mapping human coastal and ocean uses in Hawaii’, Applied Geography vol. 59, pp. 60–69. 10.1016/j

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Steuern oder fördern? Die Sicherung der Nahversorgung in den ländlichen Räumen Deutschlands und Südtirols im Vergleich

und unvorteilhafte Lieferkonditionen für kleine Läden auf der Anbieterseite. Besonders betroffen von diesen Entwicklungen sind ländliche Räume, in denen Lebensmittelläden, Bäcker, Fleischer und andere Geschäfte schließen, weil das Kundenpotenzial zum rentablen Betrieb nicht mehr ausreicht. Damit ergeben sich Erreichbarkeitsprobleme für immer mehr Menschen. In der internationalen Diskussion ist auch die Rede von sogenannten Lebensmittelwüsten ( food deserts ) (z. B. Hallett/McDermott 2011 : 1210). In diesen Gebieten ist eine breite Auswahl an Lebensmitteln zu einem

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